If leaked images of an upcoming Lenovo handset are to be believed, the Chinese manufacturer is looking to introduce a device with a QHD display. Dubbed the Vibe Z2 Pro, the device features a metallic chassis and specs that can take on the likes of what Samsung, LG and HTC have to offer.
The images reveal that the Vibe Z2 Pro has a metallic design that is reminiscent of last year's Lenovo K900. And like the K900, the Vibe Z2 Pro will also be a sleek device, with a thickness of just 7.7 mm. The Vibe branding at the back instead of the usual Lenovo logo indicates that the manufacturer is making a bigger push for the sub-brand.
In terms of specs, the Vibe Z2 Pro sports a 6-inch QHD display with a resolution of 2560 × 1440, 16 MP camera with OIS and dual-LED flash, 4G network support, dual-SIM connectivity, 2.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC, NFC and a 4,000 mAh battery.
There is no indication as to when this device may launch, but considering that these images were allegedly taken at an internal Lenovo event, an official launch might not be far away. As for availability, it is likely that the device will be initially offered in Asian markets, while a US launch may not even be on the cards. What do you think of the device? Would you be interested in buying the Vibe Z2 Pro if it was offered in the US?